Google+ is finally here!

Google +

Google+ is finally live and working well. Google+ has been dubbed Google’s last chance to break into the social media scene. While early attempts Buzz / Wave / etc did not lead to success for Google , this new roll out has seemed to hit the mark. I’ve been using it and it seems to […]

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Google goes Topeka

Google has a handful of April Fool spoofs with google jail and their home screen today has the google logo reading Topeka. Kansas that is. You may of heard that Topeka changed their name to google for a month in order to score a spot on the list for google to rollout the google based […]

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Google annouces Nexus One officially

It’s finally official: Google Inc. will sell its own mobile phone! The phone, announced Tuesday, had been widely anticipated since Google handed out the device, called the Nexus One, to its own employees three weeks ago. Consumers will be able to buy the Nexus One for $179 if they commit to a two-year service contract […]

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Mobile Blogging with Google

Google recently released a less complicated way of linking up your phone with one or more of your Blogger blogs. It put the settings to post to a specific blog through your phone or e-mail next to each blog’s title inside of the dashboard using small and simple icons. Posting via SMS or MMS message […]

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The future of Google Tweets?

Original Post 03.09.2009 Everyone’s online is talking about Google’s next big acquisition, but whether the company will actually make it is far from certain. The services the potential target offers are not quite in line with what Google does — but then again, Google has never followed a straight linear product development road map. It […]

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“Lively” the new 3-D virtual reality from Google

Original Post 07.16.2008 Three-dimensional virtual-reality-based social networking. Wow, that’s a mouthful. Google is at it again creating a new Beta called Lively that allows users to create avatars and virtual worlds to hang out in. I know, we already went through this with “Second Life” and all its issues. Most of the programs like “Second […]

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Google Sync and Google Voice

Google Sync The Blackberry used to be the only option for corporate mobile email.  Its proprietary push email capability works great on millions of work phones around the world.  Google Sync is a relatively new product that is bringing that same feature to  iPhones, Andoid phones and Windows Mobile devices with its Gmail service.  This is not putting […]

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